|Vanity Fair Novel 1848 - William Makepeace Thackeray|
Vanity Fair 'A novel without a hero' (1848) by William Makepeace Thackeray, with pages xiv and xv which are missing from the Google version.
Keywords: Victorian England; satire
|Vanity Fair (1848) - William Makepeace Thackeray|
Vanity Fair A novel without a hero (1848) by William Makepeace Thackeray, inserted missing pages xiv and xv.
Keywords: Vanity Fair; Victorian England; satire; complete
|Self Help by Samuel Smiles - Audio Readout - Carl D'Souza https://twitter.com/CarlDSouza|
Self-Help by Samuel Smiles, explains the self-culture of the successful entrepreneur during the so-called "golden-age of capitalism" of Victorian-British Society
Keywords: Samuel Smiles Moral Philosophy Capitalism Liberal liberalism victorian england
|Jennifer Phegley - Courtship and Marriage in Victorian England - Kansas City Public Library|
Just in time for Valentineâs Day: UMKCâs Jennifer Phegley provided insights into Victorian âdatingâ and wedding practices that continue to be embraced by modern brides and groomsâ¦and asked if the Victoriansâ ideas about romantic have left us with unhealthy expectations. This event took place on February 9, 2012 at the Central Library.
Keywords: Jennifer Phegley; author; Courtship and Marriage in Victorian England; Kansas City Public Library; Kansas City
|Nightmare Fuel Podcast--Episode Eleven: The Murder of Mary Kelly - Johnny Zombie|
This week, Nightmare Fuel takes a look at the death of Mary Kelly; the final victim of Jack the Ripper. http://nightmarefuelpodcast.blogspot.com
Keywords: Jack the Ripper; Mary Kelly; Whitechapel; London; Victorian England; Victorian crimes; unsolved mysteries; unsolved crimes; serial killers; From Hell; Dear Boss; real life horror
|Great Expectations - Charles Dickens|
LibriVox recording of Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens. Read by Peter John Keeble. Great Expectations is written in the first person and is virtually a fictional autobiography of “Pip” from his childhood, through often painful experiences, to adulthood. It charts his progress as he moves from the Kent marshes - his social status radically changed having gained an unknown benefactor - to busy commercial London...
Keywords: librivox; audiobook; Journey of childhood to adulthood; Discovering true self; determining personal sets of values in the complex world of early Victorian England
|Nightmare Fuel Podcast--Episode Ten: The Victims of Jack the Ripper (Part Two) - Johnny Zombie|
The crimes that shocked a nation continue. This week, we discuss the deaths of Elizabeth Stride and Catherine Eddowes. Website: http://www.nightmarefuelpodcast.blogspot.com
Keywords: Jack the Ripper; Catherine Eddowes; Elizabeth Stride; Whitechapel; The Whitechapel Murders; Victorian England; London; The East End; Old Leather Apron; From Hell; Dear Boss; serial killers; unsolved crimes; true crime; crime scene; autopsy
|On Liberty by John Stuart Mill - Chapter 1 Introductory - Carl D'Souza https://twitter.com/CarlDSouza|
John Stuart Mill is one inventor of contemporary Liberal-Democratic civilisation. Mill's "Harm-Principle", that government-authority should not interfere with individual liberty unless to prevent harm to others, has become a fundamental principle of modern Liberal-Democratic civilisation. Mill explains his "Harm Principle" in his essay 'On Liberty'. Learn more about 'On Liberty': http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_Liberty Read 'On Liberty' at archive.org: http://archive.org/details/onliberty00inmil...
Keywords: John Stuart Mill; Mill; Utilitarian; Utilitarianism; victorian england; liberalism; liberal; freedom; freedom of speech; freedom of thought; freedom of conscience; conscience; thought; thinking; liberty; speech; politics; political philosophy; social philosophy; philosophy; democracy; tyranny; despotism; government; anarchy; law; authority; power; freedom; expression; freedom of expression; public opinion; opinion; modernity; victorian; early modernity